As the premier capital equipment provider in the West, Papé is committed to partnering with manufacturers who share our sustainability values. Our partners are at the forefront of sustainable equipment solutions, delivering quality products and service while minimizing their impact on the environment. Below are some examples of the ways our partners are increasing efficiency and contributing to the global effort towards sustainability in manufacturing.
OneH2 is committed to providing holistic production, delivery, and monitoring solutions for zero-emission hydrogen fuel. Abundant and environmentally friendly, hydrogen is recognized as a readily available fuel source that can power forklifts, trucks, and industrial vehicles across industries. OneH2 is a vertically integrated company based in Longview, North Carolina, and is committed to providing scalable hydrogen solutions that save money and hinder toxic emissions.
OneH2 offers the following products and services to keep businesses safely hydrogen powered:
Hydrogen Plants built to NFPA 2, NFPA 55, NFPA 79, ASME BPVC, CGA S1.3 & 5.5, CSA HGV 4 series (safety only), and ASME B31.3/31.12 safety and compliance standards
Safe and durable Hydrogen Dispensers with a 15+ year life, built to NFPA 2, NFPA 79, and ASME B31.3 code compliance
John Deere is continuously reviewing its “Product Life Cycle Assessment,” which involves the examination of each stage of their products’ life cycles. They focus on identifying how they can increase sustainability while simultaneously maximizing performance and durability.
John Deere is actively and strategically working to accomplish the following goals by 2022:
Reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 15% by using 50% renewable electricity and applying energy-efficient processes
Recycle 85% of total waste
Reduce the environmental impact, including CO2 emissions, of 90% of new products
Increase use of sustainable materials and rebuild sales by 30%
Hyster®’s electric trucks are designed to perform in heavy-duty applications while consuming the lowest level of energy in their class. These trucks are designed with regenerative brake systems, smart hydraulic systems and energy-efficient AC Traction motors, while offering an extended shift setting, weight reduction and increased drive-train efficiency.
Hyster®’s internal combustion (ICE) lift trucks were designed to reduce impact on the environment through the use of the following technologies. Each of these models also meet or exceed California Air Resources Board (CARB) and EPA requirements.
Advanced Tier 4(i) diesel engines, consuming 15% less fuel and reducing emissions while delivering equivalent power
Electronic controlled transmission, reducing tire wear and usage
Ditch Witch, partnering with MetaFLO Technologies, produced SolidState 2 and SolidState 6 solidification reagents. These products streamline the solidification of drilling byproducts, allowing underground construction contractors to dispose of waste with greater efficiency, lower cost and decreased effect on the environment.
Kenworth’s Clean Power® no-idle system, which incorporates a sleeper air conditioning system and diesel fuel-power sleeper heater, was recognized in 2008 when Kenworth received the EPA Clean Air Excellence award. Kenworth was the first truck manufacturer to earn this award, demonstrating that they are truly industry leaders. This award also acknowledged Kenworth’s environmentally conscious T270 Class 6 and T370 Class 7 diesel-electric hybrids as well as T800 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trucks.